I get this from xdpyinfo:
dimensions: 1024x768 pixels (25x22 millimeters)
resolution: 1040x887 dots per inch
Which is incorrect and makes some apps like emacs go wild with font sizes.
This machine is an intel mac mini running fedora 7 with and intel driver from git commit ff2be3995d33f9e4b7f63b380f166b6168c9b9c6, dated Fri Jul 13 12:47:18 2007. I'm using an almost empty xorg.conf just to force load the 'intel' driver.
The monitor is a somewhat old 15 inch CRT and thus I'm using the DVI <-> VGA adapter.
There's another issue which I should maybe report in another bug: the driver always chooses as default resolution firstname.lastname@example.org which looks really odd but looking at the X log the monitor seems to return the correct information to the driver about the resolutions it supports. Actually xrandr reports a lot of resolutions which I don't even dare try fearing the monitor to fry:
Screen 0: minimum 320 x 200, current 1024 x 768, maximum 1360 x 1360
VGA connected 1024x768+0+0 (normal left inverted right) 25mm x 19mm
1360x768 59.8 60.0
1024x768 84.9 75.1* 70.1 60.0
800x600 84.9 75.0 60.3
640x480 80.6 84.6 75.0 60.0 59.9
TMDS-1 connected (normal left inverted right)
1360x768 59.8 60.0
TV disconnected (normal left inverted right)
The mode I'm running is what I'm using in mac os x which actually just allows me to choose from 3 resolutions:
I'm attaching the X log, thanks for looking at this!
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Is 1024x768@60hz the preferred mode for this monitor? Can you give me a product name to associate with it?
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> Is 1024x768@60hz the preferred mode for this monitor? Can you give me a
> product name to associate with it?
Preferred as in "written in the box or manual"? That I don't know since I lost those some years ago... But the mode I always used is 1024x768@75 so I'd like that to be the preferred :-)
About the name. On the back it says it's made by "FUNAI Electric Company of Taiwan" and the model number is PM36B.
Will the driver be able to detect the correct physical size and set DPI to sane values?
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quirks for funai pm36b
Could you test the attached patch for the X Server to add quirks for this monitor? I'm hoping it fixes both the physical size detection and the initial mode selection.
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> quirks for funai pm36b
> Could you test the attached patch for the X Server to add quirks for this
> monitor? I'm hoping it fixes both the physical size detection and the initial
> mode selection.
Applied the patch to fedora's current X server (220.127.116.11-9.fc7), rebuilt the rpm and yea, it's working.
Just a tiny bit which is still wrong: the auto selected mode is 1024x768@70 and not 75. Else it's great now.
> Else it's great now.
Well, actually it is not. I had changed gdm to start the server with "-dpi 96" and forgot to change it... After removing that and with this patch applied I get this:
dimensions: 1024x768 pixels (25x19 millimeters)
resolution: 1040x1027 dots per inch
Could you include the output of xrandr --verbose?
And the new log, too.
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> And the new log, too.
done. fyi, i'm using 1024x768@75 because i set gnome to do the change on login, because gdm comes up @70hz.
Please re-test with the current x server with a plan Xorg startup (not gdm), which has a variant of this patch committed. And new log if it fails.
I'm assuming this is fixed as feedback timeout. Please reopen if it still exists with the new server code.
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